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Thread: Building a Servo
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Personally, I'd remove the ground path for the ignition coil to shut off the
engine.  This will work for gasoline engines.  If you have a turbocharged
runaway diesel, best way is to remove your shirt and shove it into the
intake, or have a tube of silicone sealant handy to fix the leaking gasket
causing the runaway.  It is always safer to have the ground disrupted.
Mostly, on vehicles they control  the ground so that there is not any
voltages running through the firewall.  If the wire "grounds out" the
associated brake light or whatever will just be  on all the time.
Regards,
Mike
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